ICL says a new potash contract further strengthens the Israeli company's presence in the growing Chinese market.
Potash Mining News
Investors have been looking with interest at the potash sector ever since BHP Billiton's $38.6 billion overture for Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan. Even though that takeover battle ended in an outright rejection of the offer, […]
The record prices of copper and food items such as beef, record fuel prices in the UK and Europe, with new record prices in gold and silver right around the corner, investors are wondering how they can participate in the commodities super bull market now emerging.
The United Nations estimates that the world’s population will reach 7.7 billion by 2020 and 9.3 billion in 2050. Another UN estimate says that only 30 percent of the arable land used in the 1950s will be available in 2050.
Australian uber-miner BHP Billiton is moving ahead with its Jansen potash project.
The bull market for commodities that made 2010 a banner year for mining and mining exploration is likely to continue throughout 2011, according to three panelists who addressed the question at a recent forum in Vancouver, Canada.
As PotashCorp reported the second highest sales in its history, CEO Bill Doyle forecast a record 9.5 million to 10 million tonnes of potash production this year.
Agribusiness giant Cargill Inc. is spinning off its majority stake in fertilizer producer Mosaic (MOS-N72.47-3.68-4.83%) setting the stage for another potential takeover battle over prized Saskatchewan potash reserves, the Globe and Mail reports.
What’s in store for the economy and world at large in 2011? First let’s admit that short-term predictions are a crapshoot. Still, I have been able to nail about 80% of mine over the past few years and I find the process valuable in determining my overall investment strategy for the year.
News Blaze reports: Compass Minerals (NYSE: CMP) has acquired Big Quill Resources Inc., Canada's leading producer of sulphate of potash, in an all-cash transaction valued at 56 million Canadian dollars (US$56.3 million), subject to customary […]
Sirius Minerals, the only London-listed potash company, said it bought privately held York Potash Ltd for 25.1 million pounds ($39.82 million) to gain access to over 600 square kilometres of mineral rights, as demand for […]
In my yearly forecast letter last year, "Looking Forward: A Year In Transition," I expected the shape of 2010 to be up better than most expected in the beginning of the year, and tail off by the […]
Diamond core drilling intersects additional potash in holes Col-011, 012, 013, 014, 015, 016 and 017; The results confirm an increase in the initial exploration target to 500 - 750Mt of potash ores with average grades of 21-25% KCl located above 100m
“Researchers conducting tests in the harsh environment of Mono Lake in California have discovered the first known microorganism on Earth able to thrive and reproduce using the toxic chemical arsenic. The microorganism substitutes arsenic for […]
All eyes were recently focused on the senior Potash sector as BHP Billiton's failed bid for Potash Corp was showcased in the Canadian press. Today there is news that will, in this authors opinion, refocus […]
Vancouver-based Potash One Inc. announced Monday it has agreed to be taken over by Germany's K+S Aktiengesellschaft in a deal worth $434 million. CBC News reports
Investment Highlights Mesa signed a letter of intent to acquire the Pine Valley potash project in August 2010. This project is located in southwestern Utah. Historical records show that this project has 82.7 million tons […]
That a fertilizer can become the next gold may seem hard to believe. That a fertilizer can become the next gold may seemhard to believe. However, when Canadian company Potash Corp, a fertilizer producer based in Saskatchewan, overtook the […]
On November 14 Potash Corp of Saskatchewan issued the following statement in response to the announcement by BHP Billiton that it has withdrawn its unsolicited tender offer to acquire PotashCorp: "BHP Billiton’s decision to withdraw its […]
The (provisional) refusal of the Canadian government to let BHP Billiton acquire PotashCorp of Saskatchewan is the third regulatory limitation to growth the company faces in a short period. As regulators around the world are […]
“Canada has rejected BHP Billiton’s $39bn bid for PotashCorp, dealing a potentially fatal blow to the Australian miner’s 10-week pursuit of the Saskatchewan-based fertiliser producer.” Source: Financial Times, November 4 2010 Observations: The acquisition has been […]
“Canada’s impending decision on the fate of Potash Corp. of Saskatchewan has ignited a fierce national debate in a country known for its championship of free trade and laissez-faire attitude toward foreign takeovers.
The Puna plateau sits at an elevation of 4,000m, stretches for 1800 km along the Central Andes and attains a width of 350–400 km. The Puna covers a portion of Argentina, Chile and Bolivia and […]
As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information The United Nations estimates that the world's population will reach 7.7 billion by 2020 and 9.3 billion […]